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The University of Maryland, Baltimore's Council for the Arts and Culture is a group of faculty, staff, students, and community members appointed by the president whose mission is to promote the rich history of our institution and surrounding neighborhoods and to celebrate the creative talents of the university community, thereby raising awareness of the links between the arts and sciences.
Book Discussion with Author Philip A. Mackowiak, MD
Tuesday, Dec. 4 | 4 p.m. | Davidge Hall
Please join the University of Maryland, Baltimore Council for the Arts & Culture for a book discussion with Author Philip A. Mackowiak, MD '70. Author Philip A. Mackowiak, MD ’70 is an Emeritus Professor of Medicine and Carolyn Frenkil and Selvin Passen History of Medicine Scholar with the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
An affinity group for UMB professionals who are balancing their work and creative lives.
Are you a singer? A writer? A poet? A sculptor? An artist of any stripe? Balancing creative endeavors while working full time can be challenge. Join your colleagues for monthly brown-bag lunches as we explore ways to make time for art, fight resistance and self-doubt, hold each other accountable to our creative goals, and celebrate our artistic successes!
The Artists’ Alliance Group will meet in Room 203 of the SMC Campus Center the first Friday of every month from September to April. If you are interested in becoming a member or would like more information, please contact Erin Hagar at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410 706 4591